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Zoo Exhibits in Halifax, PA

Zoo Exhibits

In addition to all of our dedicated experiences, such as the Safari Tour, Reptile Building, and Petting Zoo, Lake Tobias also has many outdoor zoo exhibits for you to see as you walk around the park. These exhibits feature animals from around the world and are sure to excite visitors of all ages.

Lions, Tigers, and Bears

Many Lake Tobias visitors absolutely shudder with the anticipation of meeting the most fearsome species we display, including the magnificent African lion, one of the most distinctly recognizable predators on the planet. Not far behind is the Bengal tiger – with its unmistakable stripes and immense size, this creature has earned a formidable reputation, and Lake Tobias Wildlife Park offers a chance to see both of these big cats up close and personal.

Meet our lions!

The black bear is another favorite with its fair share of admirers. Spread far and wide across North America, these omnivorous creatures may not be as large as other species, but they can nonetheless reach an impressive stature. Often weighing over 500 lb. and sometimes measuring up to 6’ tall, they’re certainly a sight to behold.

Smaller Mammals

Lake Tobias is also home to many smaller mammals which have just as much personality as their larger relatives. Children of all ages enjoy the curious prairie dogs which enjoy popping up from their underground homes that they build in their specialized exhibit. You can also check out the largest rodent in the world, the Capybara, who peacefully swim in the lake and cautiously check out park visitors. A new addition, our Gibbons, have quickly become a park favorite due to their distinct singing and expressive faces.

“Alfie”
Lar Gibbon
Hylobates lar
Asia
Endangered

Gibbon

Red Kangaroo
Macropus rufus
Australia

Kangaroo

Capybara
Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris
South America

Capybara

Birds Everywhere

View some of the world’s most distinctive feathered fauna at Lake Tobias Wildlife Park. Drink in the sight of our ostriches, a bird that is both flightless and astonishingly large. Among our more elegant tenants is the East African crowned crane, which features an immediately identifiable golden crest that radiates royalty. While navigating the park, visitors may even catch this bird performing an energetic dance that is part of the species’ mating ritual. Equally elegant and famed for its stunning plumage, the peacock has long remained a staple of zoos across the globe, enchanting onlookers with its spread of iridescent feathers. The peacock, along with various chickens and guinea roam the park freely interacting with visitors.

East African
Crowned Crane
Balearica regulorum
Southern Africa
Endangered

Crowned Crane

Common Ostrich
Struthio camelus
Africa

Ostrich

Indian Peafowl
Pavo cristatus
Southern Asia

Peacock

Times

Zoo exhibits are view-able during all open business hours.

Expect to take 60+ minutes to view all zoo exhibits.

Click here to view park hours.